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BUSAN, South Korea -- Busan City and the Busan Tourism Organization announced that a tourist souvenir shop was opened at HaeundaeHomeplus (B1) in Haeundae-gu on June 5th.

Some 100 award-winning souvenirs of the 2012 Busan Tourist Souvenir Contest and 2012 Korea Tourist Souvenir Contest are on display and for sale. Items for cheering on the Lotte baseball team, tourist attraction magnets, and many other souvenirs can be purchased.  Music boxes of Gwangan bridge night view, Oryukdo, Nurimaru APEC House, and Marine City by Moony Orgel will also be on display and for sale at the shop. 

Tourist Souvenir Shop at Haeundae Homeplus

Address: B1F, 140, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan

Direction: Metro Line 2 Dongbaek Station (Exit 1) ? Walk about 5 minutes to Haeundae Homeplus

Phone: (051)746-9061

Tourist Souvenir Shop Opened at Haeundae Homeplus


BUSAN, South Korea – Busan City and the Busan Tourism Organization announced that a tourist souvenir shop was opened at HaeundaeHomeplus (B1) in Haeundae-gu on June 5th.

Some 100 award-winning souvenirs of the 2012 Busan Tourist Souvenir Contest and 2012 Korea Tourist Souvenir Contest are on display and for sale. Items for cheering on the Lotte baseball team, tourist attraction magnets, and many other souvenirs can be purchased.  Music boxes of Gwangan bridge night view, Oryukdo, Nurimaru APEC House, and Marine City by Moony Orgel will also be on display and for sale at the shop. 

Tourist Souvenir Shop at Haeundae Homeplus

Address: B1F, 140, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan

Direction: Metro Line 2 Dongbaek Station (Exit 1) ? Walk about 5 minutes to Haeundae Homeplus

Phone: (051)746-9061

Hours: 10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.
Closed every second and fourth Sunday

For more information, please contact the tourist souvenir shop at (051) 780-2135.

Source: Busan City News


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